The first of these experiments are a bunch of photos from the round-the-world trip we took last year, which involved
One thing this experiment does cause is confusion when you watch my Flickr page, as Flickr sorts the photos out in descending upload chronological order. In order to help with the navigation I have re-shuffled the sets I've had, so now navigating to the batch of photos you're interested in should be easier.
How does it work? When you access my Flickr page, the right column is made of tags, each representing a set (or, in plain English, a dedicated photo album). Click on the set you want, and away you go.
Eventually, the grand design is to put a lot of our historical stuff up there. We'll see how it goes; I think the idea of maintaining our photo albums on the web, where everyone can immediately access whatever photo they want, is just great.